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Is the difference between the three kinds of strokes widely known in japan? The three kinds are haneru (this ones are easy to notice, they are the little jumps at the end), tomeru (they stop sharply like the first stroke in す), and harau (they stop smoothly like in the second, long, stroke of す). Are the tomeru and harau noticed by avarage japanese people?
Nov 11, 2017 9:08 PM
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Yes . Japanese are taught that at their elementary school .
November 12, 2017
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